Music and Holocaust

Links

For further research about the role of music in the Holocaust, here are a few links.

 

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Collections

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Holocaust and Music

Collection of songs, compostions and articles
with audio-files
Available in: English, Italian, Spanish, Russian
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Music of the Holocaust

Extensive collection of materials of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Available in: English

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Background

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Spiritual Resistance in the Ghettos

The meaning of maintaining cultural life for concentration camp captives
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Available in: English, Spanish, French, Italian, Arabic, Persian

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Music in the Holocaust/Music and the Holocaust

The role of songs in Ghettos and concentration camps, with examples
Available in: German, English

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Artists

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 Chaim Grade, Yiddish Novelist and Poet on the Holocaust, dies

Reflection about the life of the yiddish poet
Article from the New York Times, 1982
Available in: English
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Works of  the Yiddish Poet Abraham Sutzkever

Short biography and poems
Available in: English
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 Hayim Nahman Bialik – The Jewish National Poet

Biography and poems
Available in: English
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